Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1932
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last .opportunity to buy' 2 good work | shirts for 75c Men's and Boys' —Also— 2 Dress SHIRTS ain broadcloth and fancies Men's and Boys' for The R. F. C; or the Federal finance Board has bought a lillion bales Of cotton at an dvance of $5.00 per bale. ; shipment here Saturday [For School Boy's Longies 69c,75eto Misbach [Clothing Co. •••^•M~*__V~>«lMsM_H*^^HHH*l^H^B^BM A GUARANTEED :otor Oil This Pure Pennsylvania [lubricant Means Economy e guarantee it to be su- wrior in mileage and lubri- iting value to any other oil ;the cost will be refunded. r ny not use the best when It «ts no more than an infer•oil. r >au Garage East of Courthouse y and fender Work— epairing and Painting SE US FOR AN ESTIMATE ^^^^^^-^^••••••^^•••••^•••••Bg arvest estival Hurst and his orches- will furnish th<? enter- .Jinment at the supper of the I'B Harvest Festival • pNESOAY, AUG. 31 ROFT, IOWA [M't miss it,tf you enjoy a °o meal and $004 music. 9: 15 Hurst wiU furnish music for the 'regular jefluesday evening dance at Legjo i ~ to dzmce: ka- gentjejnen, 50c. are Jftyfted. ana have a good time. ADVANCE IS DEFEATED BY LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Aug. 23—Lone Rock defeated Whittemore 5 to 4 i aa t Sunday In a pitcher's battle between Gordon Blanchard, for the locals, son for ' Whittemore. had the edge on Swanson, allowingr «tx hits to Swanson's nine. Blanchard is only 17 years old and has won all six games he has pitched. He allowed 27 hits and struck out 52 men In the six game*. •Lloyd Htrtchlnson, atoo a pitcher for the locals, pitched four games and lost one by unlucky .breaks. The league Is composed of Fenton, Tl- tonka, Whittemore, Mallard, Rodman, and Lone Rock. Lone Rock Is proud of the two pitchers, and the- team as a whole for fine support given the pitchers, Wm. Mat-low and Alt Kreuger held batting average honors. Biff Crowd Attends Charivari— -t Abdut-70 attended ;the->charlvarl In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Art Baker Friday night. They were married laat^'week ;-afr ; ' 'Armstrong. ,> Friends from Burt, Good Hope, and Lone Rock attended and Ice cream and wafers were served. Union Wcnlc Next, Sunday- Lone Rock and Rlngsted union outdoors services will be held north of -Fenton, a mile west of the Fish farm. Sunday school will be at 11 a. m., and will .be followed by a pic- nis dinner. 'Preaching services will be held at 2:30. Mite Society Enjoys Music- Mite society met at Jay Godden's last week Thursday. The program consisted of songs by Mrs. P. M. Christenson, and Mrs. W. G. Hieter told the history of each, and several musical selections were played by Esther Godden. Threshing Crew Has Picnic— E. C. Bieretedt finished threshing at Wm. Bierstedt's last week Thursday. A picnic was. given at Silver- side'park for the crew and their families Sunday. To Travel With Show Herd— P. M. Christenson took his son Mervin to Mason City Monday. 'He will travel for a month with the herdsmen who show Hereford cattle at the fairs. Party Honors Mllo Tarbell— A party was given in honor of Mllo Tarbell, visiting here from Waterlob, at Jay Godden's last week Thursday evening. Church Hours to Change— Beginning September 4 church will begin at 10:30 a. m. and Sunday school at 11:30. Other Lone Rock. The Harley Shellitos, of Ames, visited at N. L, Cotton's Saturday. Mr. Shellito returned to Ames Sunday, but Mrs.. Shellito and daughter Norma will stay for several days. The Ernest Jensens took Elizabeth Jensen, who ,has been staying here, to Graettinger Sunday. They also visited the A. H. Henningsone while there. Deane Hawks, of Seneca, visited at Melvin Hawk's last week. Charles Hawks, son of the Melvin Hawks's, visited at the. Charles Hawks home in Seneca. Viola Kvuse, of .Fergus Falls, Minn., and Mrs, Glaus Helmke and daughter Eva, of Renwiek, were visitors at the Otis Sanders home last Thursday. Jessie Stebritz and Mrs. M. Droessler, of Bancroft, and Mrs. E. M. Hawks and Gladys and Kathryn Stebrltz were Algona shoppers Saturday. Calvin Householder took Zella Wolfe and Mrs. Edwin Ellen to Iowa Falls Sunday. They have been here on a visit for two weeks. The F. E. Macumbers went to Laurens Saturday to visit George Wells. On their return they visited relative* at Ayrshire. Mrs. -Eugene Hofius and two daughters went to Amboy, Minn., last week Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Jesse Hohenstein. Alda and May Krueger, of Fairmont, and Esther Godden and Vera Morris spent Friday at the Henry Manus home at Burt. John Sprank went to Rochester, Minn., last week Monday, where he went through the clinic. He returned Friday. Marieta Christenson came home last week Wednesday after working at Broadlawns hospital, Dee Molnes, for five weeks. The Andrew Thomsons visited at Jay Godden's, at Seneca, Sunday. Verdabelle Thomson will stay for a short visit. Dave Lynch, of Ledyard, Carl 'Wiener, H.ugo Worthingtpn, and Alton Hawks left last week for the Black Hills. The Wm. Raths took Esther and Martha Madsen to Eagle Grove to see their father, Carl Madsen, Sunday. Fred'k Schultz attended a state convention of Iowa League of Municipalities at Spencer last Thursday. A. D. Newbrough brought his brother Ira home from the hospital at Rpchester last week Wednesday. -Mrs. Roscoe Edwurds and baby, of Pipestone, Minn.,' came Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Roy Jensen. Elnora Sanders and Sig Quom, of Benson, spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the Fred Genrich's. G. A. Sharp, H. J. Rice, and L..R. Roderick made a business trip to Des Molnes last Thursday, The Lawrence Zweifels are stay- Ing at the Zweifel farm at Fenton while the latter arc* away. Mary Catherine Droessler, of Bancroft, came Sunday for a short stay •with Rath'ryn Stebrltz. : Art Dayls came home last week Tuesday after . working at Arnold's Park for some time. Mrs. Chas. Morris was sick last week from a poisoning after having her teeth extracted. Alda and May Krueger, of Fairmont, spent the week at the Chas. Morris home. The Oils ganders went to Estner- ville Monday to attend the funeral a relative. fixe H^ntelman crew, ft Feutpn, remqdelln.6 th,e Alex Krueger cotiiwr APVANCB, IOWA Mason Cityans Conduct South Cresco Meetings South Cresco, August 23 — The Ueorge Gowans, of Mason City, are spending a two weeks vacation with Mrs. Cowan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. will Greenfield, Irvln^lon, and the Will Runcheys. Mr. Oow- an works for the Decker Packing LO., but Is speaking at special meet- ng that opened Friday evening at the church. He also spoke Sundny afternoon. The services contmue ten days. Three autoloads of friends came from Swea City Sunday. The Qowans snent Monday at Lewis Wildln's. llay Miners H«v e Daughter— The Robert Stiles and E. C. Potters took Mrs. Martha Potter 'to Merdan Sunday to visit the latter's daughter, Mrs. Ray Miner, The Miners became parents of their first born, a daughter, Sunday morning. They have an adopted son, Blllle Ray. Mrs. Miner was Ellen Potter, and with her babe is in a hospital in Cherokee. 'The baby has been named Janice Mardell. Mrs. Martha Potter remained, the oth'ers returning Sunday night. See Holiday" Farmers' "Army"— '« • Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey and daughter Mary went to Sioux City 'Sunday-to visit the former's son Lyle. They came in contact with the guards patrolling the roads In the milk strike, and say It was like an army. Returning they witnessed the farmers' parade Monday noon at Cherokee. The restaurant at which they ate was filled with these men. Intestinal Troubles Prevalent- Several families have been ill with stomach trouble and summer flu. Kenneth <Brandow was 111 In bed a week with the flu, but ls»now recovering. Embroidery Club Has Picnic The Embroidery club and families enjoyed picnic dinner Sunday at the' | Ambrose A. Call state park. . Other SoutlTcresco. The South Cresco M. & >D. club voted to send'|5 to the Christian Home Orphanage,.Council Bluffs. Last week's Item reported the gift as to the children's home, Des Molnes by mistake. Mr. and Mrs. .O. W. Engrstrom and daughter, Mrs. C. J, Halberg and her daughter Ivetta, of Ames, came Wednesday morning and visited at Harry Sundlng's, returning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Browning and son Earl, and wife, Annawan, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyd, Emmetsburg, were vlslors last week Tuesday at C, >L. Hieerodt's. The Aid met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L. A. Potter, and will meet next ' week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. B. F. Sparks. The Brandow young folks enjoyed a visit Sunday from Fern Hemm and^John" Moore, 'of "Sheffield 1 / Ther spent the afternoon at the West Bend grotto. V>;,,iCh*rle3 Ty,lej ,-Sr.i and s. daughter, Marte, and Mf; and Mrsi Charles* Tyler Jr., Granvllle, 111., were guests from Wednesday to Saturday at E. C. Potter's. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Nation nnd two children, Yetter, were guests from Saturday to Monday afternoon at E. C. Wilkin's. C. A. Potter was at St. Benedict Monday on business, and Mrs. Potter visited her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Dornbler. Stanley Johnston, 'Iowa City, Is visiting a few days at his sister, Mrs. Fernley Runchey's. Arlcne Sunding returned home last week Wednesday, after three weeks at Ames. H. I. Sabln Is suffering with a boil on.one hand. SCHOOL OPENS NEXT MONDAY AT LEDYARD Ledyard, Aug. 23--Sohool starts next Monday. Lists of books have been mailed to all parents, and children are asked to have books and supplies the first day. Rural pupils are to bring- their lunch, as school will not be dismissed at noon. Second-hand books may be bought any morning this week at the school book store in charge, of Mr. Granner. .Following is the list of teachers: superintendent, A. E. Lauritzen; H. S. principal and music, V. A. Barrett; mathematics, H. Granner, Paton; English, Marjorie Stranahan, Payette; home economics, Gladys Nolan, Guthrle Center; 5th and 6th grades, Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Ledyard; 4th and 5th grades, Mildred Granner, Paton; 3rd and 4th grades, Genevieve Kittley, Hardy; 2nd grade, Adelaide Randal, Mason City; 1st grade, Ruth Jones, Livermore. Methodists Are Closing' Year — The Methodist official board met at the church Jast Thursday evening to make plans for closing the year. All pledges are due by September 15. Supt. Lease will be here September 4 to preach in the morning, i A covered-dish luncheon will be served at noon, after which the fourth quarterly conference will be held. GaMcs Have Family 1'Jcnlc — The Gatole family had a picnic at Interlaken Sunday. Attending were Conrad Gable, Herman, Auguet, and Roland Gable, the Martin Gables, Mrs. Charles Gable and her children, all of here; the Ted. Gables, Forest City; the Victor Lelands, Swea City; and the G. Heetlands, Lakota. Pioneer tedyarders in Visit — t . . , Mr. and Mrs, Lou Loney, Stacey- ville, visited last week with . the .Tule Selferts at the Selfert graiding camp near Rlngsted. Friday afternoon 'they visited old friends here. They are old-time Ledyarders, Mr. Loney having run a butcher shop here more than 30 years ago. • Flu Afflicts Tllmer Halvorson— Tilmer Halvorson was itaken seriously ill last Thursday. (Doctor Somers, Blmore, called Doctor Williams, Lakota, in consultation Sunday^ and it was decided it was the flu, Thompsons Home from Tour — The George Thompsons got home Sunday, after two weeks in Ohio and other eastern states. The son Duane meanwhile visited .on a farm at Lu Verne, Attend Circus at aiankato— The Wm. Garrys, the George Dunns, Mr. and Mrs. 3. f. Welfare, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilfeirty attended a Ringling circus at Mankato Sunday. Aid Conducts Doughnut Sale— • The Methodist Aid met .last Thursday at Mrs. Ralph Olson's, west of town, and further plans were made for a doughnut sale this Wednesday. Womacks Visit In Louisiana— Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Womack ar.e spending two weeks with Mr,: mack's parent? In Louisiana.- Mr, Womack is the local C. & N, W. agent. , Ledyard Girl Will Teiwli— Mary Lynch returned Friday from Cedar Falls, where she attended summer school. She is to teaph. a rural school near Swea City.- Mrs. Henry Dyer's Mother 80— Mrs. Henry Dyer a n <J her children drove to Cylinder last Thursday to help the farmer's mother celebrate her 80th birthday. Canadians Leave *or Home— The Douglas MacKenzles left last week Wednesday for their home ftt Toronto, Can., after four weeks at Mrs. .John Looft's, Mrs. % Mrs, M. TUlrnoney w at WUltem Green's Thursday fe> Honor ot birthday. waukee, where'he atttended a silver jubilee. Other Ledyard News. Mr. {and Mrs. Bert .Nortz, a son, and a daughter called at L. W. .Weimer's Saturday on their way to the Okobojis to visit the Frank Wle- rriers. Mrs. Nortz, who was Grace Smith, Is Mrs. Frank Wiemer's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halvorson, D. A. Carpenter, N. A. Pintle, D. B. Mayer, Ray Marquis, and Leon Worden attended the funeral of Merwin Jehks a!t Blue Earth last week Wednesday. The Robert Johns family, Newton, and Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Red- dlnger left Friday, after a" few days with the women's mother. They came to, : attend the .funeral of their nephew, Merwin Jenks, Blue Earth. Leon Worden, Asa Warner, and Gerald Warner left early In the week for Larchwood, where they are. repairing -and painting several sets of buildings. Mr. and Mrs. : Leon Worden and Harvey, with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Oral, spent Sunday at Ed Campbell's, near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Welfare, East Chain, Minn., visited the J. A. and J. T. Welfares Saturday. Mrs. A'. E. .Lauritzen droye to Algona Friday"' to take her sister, Mrs. Pool, and the latter's son Larry home after a week here. Jos. Mayne was at Lakota Saturday,-having- dental work done. L. C. Strand was at Elmore Friday for the same purpose. • ' Lawrence Mayne and Alfred Schadendorf left last week Wednesday for the harvest fields In the Dakotas. The Glen Yahnkes spent Sunday at the new state park -at Estherville, where they attended a family picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey visited last Monday evening at the Campbell home near Seneca. . The Rev. and Mrs. Depplng and Alvin returned last' Thursday from a visit with relatives at Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. L, W. WIemer and Mr. and Mrs. George-Moulton spent Sunday at, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs.,Charles Boshara left Sunday for Rugby, N. D., to visit Mrs. Boshara's parents. Mrs. Albert 'Barnes was called to Armstrong last week Monday by the illness of her mother. Mr. and Mr. J. H. Welfare, Doris, Mrs. Gelhaus and X.uetta spent Sunday at Clear Lake. * Winifred iFriday left last Thursday for liehigh to live with a sister and attend school. Mrs. Williams, Lakota, formerly Vera Ogren, was visiting old friends here Sunday. SONG HONORS CLUB LEADER AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Aug. 23—The Lu Verne Loyal Workers met with Cordelia and Bernadell Ristau. Roll call was an Iowa flower. County fair plans were discussed at the business meeting. A song, composed- In honor of Mrg. Masterson, the girls' leader, and, the club by Doris Genrlch, wns sung by Doris, and Bernadell and Cordelia Ristau. Cordelia Ristau, accompanied by Doris Genrlch, sang "Hark, Hark, the Lark." A demonstration on quilted pillows was given by. Betty Masterson, and a •talk on home dyeing waa given by Doris Genrlch. Guests were Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., and Mary and Fern Glsch of the Union Alethean club. There were 14 members, four mothers, and nine visitors present. 'Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Doris Qenrich September 2, Crowd Attends OrdliuiOon— A large crowd 'froitf-L'ti Verne attended the, ordination of the Rev. Walter Schlie at the Liver-more Lu- {•heratr dmftJH•'' Surirfay^The^Rev. •/_•.< Wlttenburg' r -was assisted in the services by the Rev. Hinrlchs, Mallard, the Rev. Mr. Dubbe, Vincent, and the Rev. Mr; Kitzman, of West Bend. After the services, dinner was served at the Old Settlers park to about 400, and the Llvermore band gave a concert. The Rev. . Mr. Schlie's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schlie. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlllharn, all of Elgin, 111., and his brother, Teacher George Schlie and his .wife, and Otto Dunke, Hollywood, Minn., attended the ordination services ard were week-end guests at the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg's. Masons Home from Reunion— W,. B. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson and Kenneth, Ledyard, returned Sunday after attending a family reunion of the . Masons at East Aurora. N. Y. There were over 75 at the reunion, including several ministers, one who had been a missionary to India for 50 years; another a missionary home 1 on furlough from China; another'Is'pastor of the First Baptist church at Albany, N. Y., and another preaches'm Buffalo. . Party Given at State Park— A bridge party was given at the Ambrose A. Call state park lodge last Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. P. B. Griffith, Indianapolis and Mrs. B. Agard. Bridge was played at three tables, and Laura Engel won high score. Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Agard were awarded ' 'guest prizes. Mrs.. D. Wermerson, Mrs. Harry, Lichty, Mrs. P. C. iLichty, Mrs. Ray Stone and Laura Engel were hostesses.-' Return-Home From Vlgft—' Mrs. Chas. Wolf and daughters and Mrs. Barbara Lothringer returned Friday evening from Grand Mound and Davenport, where they had been visiting. Hildegard Loth- rinser, who ,1s employed in Minneapolis, came Saturday to spend her vacation here-and at Moorland. The Martin Lothringers, Moorland, visited at the 'Wolf 'home Sunday and Hildegarde returned with them. To Attend Y. P. S. Rally- There will be a young people's rally of six Lutheran churches at Whittemore next Sunday, in which the local Y. F. S. will take part. The entertainment-in the afternoon will be klttenball games by both Lu Verne and Whittemore teams for the'championship of the league. • In the evening'each society will, give a SOrmlnute play. AM Meets In Four Groups— The Methodist Aid met at four different homes last Wednesday with a good attendance.- at each. Hostesses were Mrs. H. E. Peltzke, Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. John Voss and Mrs, Harold Sorenson. Each hostess Invited guests besides the members, and a program was given at each place for entertainment. Gopd Win Club Meets— The Good Will club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Robert Hardcopf with 18 members and several guests present. It was decided to hold their meetings every three weeks instead of every four, but on account of the county fair the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Carl Swansoh September 1. Frank Blegg-ers In Iowa— •The. Frank Bleggers, who have been making their home in Or.egon the past three • years, arrived in WESLEY CREAMERY MAN TO RETURN TO OLD COUNTRY Wesley, Aug. 25—The Viggo Killsholms: will leave Wesley about September 2, and'will drive 'first to Ludington, Mich., .for a visit at Eric Back's. They will leave In time to embark on the Frederick V'1'II, of the Scandinavian line, which leaves New York September 17. They will make their permanent home on a large farm owned by Mrs. Klllaholm. Mr. Kltlsholm came here about ten years ago, to take charge of the Wesley Farmers' creamery. . His sons, Karl Eric and Vlggo Jr., were born here. • Iowa last week to' look after their property interests and to. visit relatives. , ' Other Ln Verne News. Elda Tlede, teacher In Detroit, arrived home a week" ago Monday from a western trip which extended as far as California. She was with two* other Detroit tsachers, Ceola Mont- roas and Abble Shetron,, and the latter's mother, Mrs. A. Shetron. They left for Detroit'Tuesday while Elda remained at home for the rest .of bee-vacation-.., v ,. . { . '',... t t .* Mrs. lA. L. Spooner returned from Rochester, Minn., iaat week 'Tues- sis- to Rochester. Mrs. Dow went through the pllnic.'They were guests of Dr. Dwlgrht Spooner, who la assistant to Dr. Judd at one of the hospitals there. Mrs. Ed Dehnert, Doris, Donna, and Arlo, left early Thursday morning for Fredericksburg to spend a week visiting relatives. Mrs. Dehnert's sister, Verna Parks, who will teach in the Vernon Consolidated schools, expects to return , with them. Mrs. Ben Farley and friend, Mrs. Boyle and son Robert, arrived in Lu Verne last week Tuesday from Minneapolis. They brought Byron Jones home after a two months stay in that city. The Rev. Mr. Lang family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley attended the annual Bible conference at Cedar Falls last week. The Langs have a cottage at the Evangelical camp grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips drove to Brighton Sunday, and Mrs. Phillips will visit her mother, Mrs. H. W. Helmlck, for a . couple- of weeks. Mr. Phillips returned Monday. Myrtle Jordan arrived home last week Monday after several weeks In the west. She.went.to Los Angeles, Calif., with Mrs. Nellie Carran and made the trip home by bus. Mrs. S. E. Smith; James, and Mary Ann, returned to Minneapolis Sunday. They were accompanied by her mother, Mrs. H. C. Allen who will, visit, there. . ,' . . Hazel Madsen, who has been em- -ployed. In Minneapolis, came last we6k ^for> a'"visit.'at' home. ''She' la the oldest daughter of the H. P. Madsens. Mrs. J. O'. Marty and son Andrew are expected home soon after two weeks' visit with her parents,' the H. D". Howes.^at Canascraga, N, Y. Darlene Zentner returned home last, week after spending five weeks at Sam Zentner's at Winnebaeo, Minn. The Mike Hintzee returned last week Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Clear Lake, Minn. - The (Frank Shipleys drove to Highmore, S. D., last week Tuesday for a week with relatives. Mrs. Russell Courtney and children, Cedar Rapids, visited last week-at H. R. Larimer's.' Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller and Floyd left Saturday to visit relatives at Minneapolis. The Jesse Willeys, Algona. were guests at H. C. Allen's last week Wednesday. . • .Henry Stroh, Mrs. Wm. Hoepnar's father, Is very 111 at the Hoepner home. ...... The E. fc. Phillips, Gait, were Sunday visitors at S. F. 'Phillips'. PAY .FOR A CORONADO RBFRIG- erator with the savings it makes you—no' down payment—free trial— no Installation charge—only 5%c per nieal.—Gamble Stores, 25-50 NOTICE Visit the Cpttage Beauty Shoppe for all your beauty work. Edna Gilmore 119 So. Minn. , Phone J28 We Can Supply You With All Your School Needs P • Shaeffer Lifetime Fountain Peiw. and Pencil*, lnk«, Paste, Ruler*, Pencil*, Tablet* and Filler*. ALL .TEXT BOOKS ARE CASH :A.;BL BORCHARDT If you appreciate Values spend and . •.: save '. : at this This evehi * begins , ; Thursday Morning 9 O'clock August 2ft You can buy' in this sale fast color PBINT FABBICS .for Turkish Towels Big size, 20x40 in. Double thread, colored border, . Wash Dresses Final clearaifbe price. . Values •' '^>LL in this ,,lot up to 69c __' You can .buy at .this sale 36-inch " BROWW MUSLIff 2 yards 9C Sheet Blankets, 70x80 in. ________ _49 C Ruffle Curtains, they're values ___-69c LUNCH CLOTHS were never featured at this . low price Wash Fabrics Priced in two separate groups Fast color voiles reduced to_,_. 39c and 49c values are now selling, this event for. 9c 49c 3 29c CBEPE TOILET. 2 tols •-- '.'', I-'; ' for Ideal Chambray Work Shirts Big G Denim Overalls, pair_ _ 49c -79c First quality, gray Enamelware At a special price Choice each this 'sale __'t>L^: : 2 quart lip sauce pans, 4 quart deep pudding ,pans, large wash basin. Priced Special for thig Bale Bias Tape 3 packages for Fast color bias tape, 8 y-ard pieces wrapped in cellophane. Single' or double fold. HAIR PINS, 3, dozen Clipperette Star-Rite are special at this price! Galvanized pails 9c Reliable and durable 8-quart size featured special.- Toilet Soap, 2 for — __. ' 9c Big 8-ounce bars are featured at this price. EVERY NEEDS" ,-••&• for Brass pins, steel, pins safety pins thimbles cupcoap Bleached Outing Rockford Sox . Department Stores W/CIRCUS - THRILLERS - ""*<o n ' Beautiful BiCentennial FIREWORKS i f •-j • OU can have such a GOOD TIME at this summer'* state Fair, See' Iowa's five million dollar summer festival for 50c, and SAVE the difference. See and do more In 9 day than you can anywhere else In 9 week-? amusements fro n every part of the vyorld, exhibit* from every state ln>tho ynlon—thrills, pleasure, education, Inspiration, packed Into three hundred acres of gorgeous* exposition, grounds, and over 2,QOO record-breaking event* and features. It's play-time for Iowa- and bring your family, -.;^i i.'rj^ Continuoi

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